– On last night’s episode of Monday Night RAW Bray Wyatt called out “Woken” Matt Hardy following his win over Heath Slater. Hardy responded to Wyatt on Twitter and hinted at possibly facing “The Eater Of Worlds” at the Hardy Family Compound:
You're looking & sounding rather #BROKEN, Bray.
I absolutely CRAVE the opportunity to go to WAR with you once AGEEN..
For the COMPLETION of the DELETION of ABIGAIL.
HOWEVAH, it shall only be on MY terms. On MY Battlefield. pic.twitter.com/KORZ0pOXz3
— #WOKEN Matt Hardy (@MATTHARDYBRAND) February 27, 2018
Today, my brother Reid would have been 30 years old. Most of us in WWE have a favorite wrestlers; a superstars who inspired us to follow our dreams. We would dress like them, mimic them and even do their signature moves. My favorite wrestler is my brother Reid. The life I am living was his dream, and he would talk about it daily. He would watch Dusty promos over and over (and recite them to our family). He looked up to Uncle Arn, and considered himself a Horseman at age 13. He “debuted” on WCW tv, taking down Eric Bischoff with a single leg. He worked independents with guys like Rock and Roll Express, Lodi, Nasty Boys among others (those were just some of the stories I was told) and eventually made it to Japan before his passing. He loved Japan. The culture, the talent he worked with, and most of all when my Dad managed him and Mutoh against Sanada and Fujinami. When I started wrestling, my mom would harp on me to do my Germans like Reid. I didn’t even know how to hit the ropes properly. He was working towards a dream and had a true love and passion for professional wrestling. He KNEW it was what he wanted in life. I didn’t have that- not back then. I was figuring things out as I went along, often just going through the motions. For him, wrestling was everything. “Hey Reid, yeah I’ll go with you to Tampa and try out for NXT.” Those words changed my life in ways I couldn’t imagine. Life isn’t fair. If you’re my friend, you hear me speak of Reid often. I miss him dearly. People say it will get easier- it doesn’t. The more success I have, the more I miss him and mourn the opportunity to share all of this with him. My career has grown from a seed he planted. I’ve made a career, a life, from his passion. I miss you every day Reid. Thank you for the extra pair of wings. You being 30 makes me feel old, champ. Love you as big as the sky.
– Seth Rollins challenged The Miz to an Intercontinental Title match at WrestleMania during last night’s episode of RAW. The Miz responded to Rollins’ challenge in the following RAW Fallout video and said that “The Architect” doesn’t deserve anything: